March, 2010

It’s all Greek to me!

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Our Greek plays are slowly being added to the blog. They are wonderful!! They can be found under the Categories list.

The Four Tasks- by Nickie and Tiffany

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The Four tasks By Nickie and Tiffany Characters: Cupid Psyche Aphrodite Sister 1 Sister 2 Ceres Great Eagle Narrator 1-2   Narrator 1: Long, Long ago, sisters did not always get along. Psyche and her two older sisters were no …Continue reading →

A tale of two spinners- by Camille and Mary

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         The Tale Of Two Spinners  By: Camille & Mary  Narrator: Arachne was such a talented weaver, people came from all different countries to see her weave. Arachne: No one can weave better than me, not even Athena the Goddess …Continue reading →

The Golden Touch- by Camille

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                                 The Golden Touch                          By: Camille  Narrator: King Midas was a very greedy man. He was one of the greediest people who ever lived. All day and night he thought about how much gold he had, he also …Continue reading →

A trip around the world- by Mary

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        A trip around the world            Narrator: A long time ago; A little boy named Phaethon, lived with his mother Clymene. Although Clymene was a nymph in ancient Greece, she was not very different from mothers today. Clymene was …Continue reading →

Cupid Falls in Love- by Mary

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                        Cupid Falls In Love Narrator:  Long, long ago sisters did not always get along; especially Psyche and her two sisters. Her sisters were jealous that she was so beautiful.  Sister1: Why is she so wonderful? Aren’t we   wonderful?   Sister2:  …Continue reading →

Dangerous Heights- by Ian, Colin, Justin, Kyle and Jacob

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Dangerous Heights- By  Ian, Colin, Justin, Kyle, and jacob   Icarus: DAedalus: King Minos: Guard 1: Guard 2:   King Minos: You evil nerd. You let the Minotaur die. Die I say!   Daedalus: I’m so sorry. King Mini…Wait, I …Continue reading →

Welcome to Mt. Olympus

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Welcome to Mount Olympus Gaea, Uranus, CRONOS, RHEA, ZEUS, HERA, NARATOR,                                  ANDROMEDA   NARATOR: MOUNT OLYMPUS WAS NO ORDINARY MOUNTAIN. ON THIS ENORMOUS AND LOVELY MOUNTAIN IN ANCIENT GREECE, THE TREES GREW TALLER, THE GRASS GREW GREENER, AND THE …Continue reading →